Question: What percentage of South Africans are Coloured?

Today, the number of coloured South Africans amounts to 4.2 million, i.e. 8.9 percent of the countrys total population.

Is Coloured an ethnicity in South Africa?

Indian South Africans were initially classified under the act as a subgroup of Coloured. As a consequence of Apartheid policies and despite the abolition of the Population Registration Act in 1991, Coloureds are regarded as one of four race groups in South Africa.

Why do some South Africans have no front teeth?

Though this may have some element of modern-day truth, most attribute the origins to the mid-17th century, when some slaves removed their own teeth as a way to take back control of their bodies; a way to undermine their slave bosses, who often used dental health to value individuals.

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